Epopeus II (King of Sicyon)

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Epopeus II. ( Greek  Ἐπωπεύς ) was in Greek mythology, king of Sicyon . He killed Hyllos , the son of Heracles, in a duel and captured the horn that Hyllos wore on the right of his face. He filled this horn with the water of the Styx and thus won the royal throne.

The chronological classification of Epopeus is difficult, otherwise he is not mentioned.


  • Photios , Bibliotheca , Codices 190.
predecessor Office successor
Ianiskos King of Sikyon
13th century BC BC
(mythical chronology)